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Spreading the word on financial wellness

Financial adviser Bernard Lim with his wife Caron and three children – (from left) Isaac, Rachel and Joshua. Much of Mr Lim’s time and resources are spent on his business, Wealth College. Over the next five years, he plans to equip more practitioners to s
Financial adviser Bernard Lim with his wife Caron and three children – (from left) Isaac, Rachel and Joshua. Much of Mr Lim’s time and resources are spent on his business, Wealth College. Over the next five years, he plans to equip more practitioners to serve the public more effectively in both for-profit and not-for-profit settings. ST PHOTO: SEAH KWANG PENG

Bernard Lim set up Wealth College to educate industry professionals and public on managing wealth

After 23 years with British insurer Prudential, financial adviser Bernard Lim decided that the time was right to take the plunge and run his brainchild, Wealth College, full time.

He set up Wealth College in 2007 to educate both industry professionals and members of the public in what he terms financial wellness.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on June 24, 2018, with the headline 'Spreading the word on financial wellness'. Print Edition | Subscribe